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In memory of a hero: Rachel speaks truth

16 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement On the anniversary of Rachel Corrie’s martyrdom today, the rain fell in quiet tears that watered Palestine in a confusing emotion of remorse and yet optimism—the same optimism we hear in the voice ...

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The mourning tent of a martyr

by Nathan Stuckey 14 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Strip Nayif Qarmout was murdered yesterday; he was also buried yesterday, in a small cemetery in the heart of Jabalia, the refugee camp where he lived.  He was only ...

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Official Release: “The New Black” by The Mavrix

13 March 2012 | Palestine Solidarity Alliance and PACBI In a first ever musical collaboration between South Africa and Palestine, South African band, The Mavrix, and Palestinian Oud player, Mohammed Omar, have released a music video called “The New Black”. The ...

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Burying Nayif Qarmout

13 March 2012 | Nathan Stuckey, International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Nayif Qarmout was killed by an Israeli missile today at 9:30 A.M. He was 14 years old. Five other teenagers with him were injured, Tamer Azzam, 16, Mu’ayyad al-Qanou’, 18, ...

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Burying Ayoub

Ayoub, martyred in an air strike

by Nathan Stuckey 11 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Twelve year old Ayoub Assalya was murdered today. He was walking to school when an Israeli missile landed next to him.  It was seven A.M.  He is another casualty ...

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Gaza rally for Hana Shalabi on International Women’s Day

by Joe Catron 8 March 2012 | Mondoweiss Hundreds of Palestinian women filled the street outside Gaza’s International Committee of the Red Cross this morning, marking International Women’s Day by demanding the release of administrative detainee Hana Shalabi on the ...

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The seen and unseen in the No Go Zone

by Nathan Stuckey 7 March 2012 | International Solidarity Movement, Gaza Today, like ever Tuesday, we marched into the no go zone north of Beit Hanoun.  We gathered by the half destroyed Beit Hanoun Agricultural College and marched north, towards ...

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